Reynolds woman’s car wraps around tree in fatal crash


MACON, COUNTY, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – A woman from Reynolds Georgia is dead her car flew into a tree on GA 127 Sunday morning.

Police say the victim, Sharon Reed, was driving her 2010 Toyota Sienna in Macon County around 9:00 AM when somehow her car veered off the road, went into a ditch and hit a tree.

She was pronounced dead on the scene. The next of kin was notified by Taylor County Sherriff Jeff Watson.

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